Spanish Texas, 1519-1821

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APPENDIX I
Governors of Spanish Texas, 1691-1821
1691-1692Domingo Terán de los Ríos
1694-1715Texas unoccupied but included in Coahuila
1716-1719Martín de Alarcón
1719-1722Marqués de San Miguel de Aguayo, Texas and Coahuila
1722-1726Fernando Pérez de Almazán
1727-1730Melchor de Mediavilla y Azcona
1730-1734Juan Antonio Bustillo y Ceballos
1734-1736Manuel de Sandoval
1736-1737Carlos Benites Franquis de Lugo
1737 Joseph Fernández de Jáuregui y Urrutia, Texas and Nuevo León
1737-1740Prudencio de Orobio y Basterra
1741-1743Tomás Felipe Winthuysen
1743-1744Justo Boneo, y Morales
1744-1748Francisco García Larios, ad interim
1748-1750Pedro del Barrio y Espriella
1751-1759Jacinto de Barrios y Jáuregui
1759-1767Angel de Martos y Navarrete
1767-1770Hugo O'Conor, ad interim
1770-1778Juan María, Barón de Ripperdá
1778-1786Domingo Cabello y Robles
1787-1790Rafael Martinez Pacheco
1790-1799Manuel Muñoz
1799-1805Juan Bautista de Elguézabal
1805-1808Antonio Cordero y Bustamante
1808-1813Manuel María de Salcedo
1811 Juan Bautista de las Casas, revolutionary governor
1813-1817Cristóbal Domínguez, Benito de Armiñian, Mariano Varela, Ignacio Pérez, and Manuel Pardo, ad interim
1817-1821Antonio María Martínez

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